This limited edition Rambo: Last Blood Heartstopper knife is an amazing piece of movie memorabilia. Few props from any movie are as iconic as John Rambo's knives, and now, you can make one yours. This licensed replica was made by meticulous measuring of the actual knife used in Rambo: Last Blood, and has been crafted to exact standards, including the buffalo leather sheath with leg tie and camo paracord lanyard.
Each knife comes boxed with a certificate of authenticity and a matching serial number. Get yours today before they're all gone!
I was very excited to receive an email saying the was being shipped. Wow. I quickly felt as if I was duped. Website says Niolox. Box says stainless steel. The knife origin, maker, and materials are a mystery. First person to offer me $180 I am selling. Buyer beware
Not sure what I was expecting, but this reminds me too much of a Bud K knife, especially the packaging. The knife actually seems decently built, but I'd love a steel type marking on the blade and mine had a few fit and finish issues. It's a real knife for sure, not just a kitschy display piece, I just don't see myself using it outdoors or wanting to display it. Ultimately, its not for me. If the packaging was a bit more serious, I'd hold onto it for a collector piece.
I was expecting a Pohl Force made replica. This is a nice knife but it is not stamped with the Pohl Force name. One other thing, there is no information on where it was made(US,China). The Box stats that the steel is stainless not the same as the Pohl Force replicas. It is a nice knife and feels good so giving it 3 stars. I would give it 4 if it was a Pohl Force like I was told by the site.
Zero information as to materials or origin on the box, package, or knife. The scales are unmarked plastic, not G-10; aluminum guard; uncomfortable and limiting sub-hilt; unknown blade steel; serialized; unknown origin leather sheath. The entire package reeks of cheap Chinesium, certainly not a Pohl Force Niolox made in Germany. Various web sites list the materials differently, all made in China, and plenty in stock. Buyer beware.